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County Spotlights
County Executive joins Brandywine Rotary to honor veterans
New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer joined other elected officials for the Brandywine Hundred Rotary Club's annual Flags for Heroes event along Concord Pike on Wednesday morning, Veteran's Day, to honor Delaware's veterans and first responders. Wednesday was the 101st anniversary of Veteran's Day, which honors both the living and fallen veterans of the armed forces on the anniversary of Armistice Day, which marked the end of World War I, where over 20 million military personnel and civilians were killed. Flags can still be sponsored through November 16th, to sponsor a flag, CLICK HERE.
County continues offering pop-up testing sites next week
New Castle County will continue to offer pop-up testing sites next week, in addition to the fixed sites offered by the State of Delaware. Fixed sites can be found at Walgreens, State service centers and some physicians offices, every weekday during normal business hours. As a result of community demand, New Castle County will operate pop-up sites with evening hours. Any resident can get tested regardless of symptoms and tests are free, quick, easy and painless. To register for testing at one of the county's sites, CLICK HERE. For more information on the State of Delaware's testing sites, CLICK HERE.
Former County Councilman elected President of the United States
Former New Castle County Councilman Joe Biden was elected the 46th President of the United States last week, as results from Pennsylvania, Georgia, Nevada and Arizona gave the former Vice President the necessary electoral college votes to win the presidential election. Biden will be inaugurated in Washington, D.C. on January 20, 2021 and will be the first individual elected president from the state of Delaware.
First home in 10 years marks historic zoning with new plaque
New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer and Councilwoman Dee Durham were joined by members of the Historic Review Board at a home on Silverside Road on Friday morning as the home's residents were presented with a newly designed plaque to commemorate their home's new historic zoning designation. The home, constructed between 1750 and 1860, is the first in 10 years to enter into the historic zoning process.
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Meetings & Events

Thursday, November 12th
County COVID-19 Testing at Seeds of Greatness

Friday, November 13th
County COVID-19 at Frawley Stadium

Saturday, November 14th
County COVID-19 University of Delaware Star Campus

Monday, November 16th
County COVID-19 Testing at Mack Park (Walk-up Only)

Tuesday, November 17th
County COVID-19 Testing at East Side Charter School (Walk-up Only)

Wednesday, November 18th
County COVID-19 Testing at Middletown High School
NCC@2050 Comprehensive Plan Fall Forum

Testing start times vary by site, visit delaware.curativeinc.com for each site time.
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New Castle County In The News
Expanded eligibility & increased funding for Delaware Relief Grants (Delaware Public Media)

New Castle County builds communities by giving away little libraries (Town Square Delaware)

President-elect Joe Biden gives the speech he's been waiting for, calling for era of decency, unity (Delaware Online)

County Executive Matt Meyer joins NTV Kenya for historic interview (NTV Kenya on Twitter)

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Phone: 302-395-5555